Genrocks Delivers a Spectacular 'Filmography 2012' Retrospective

December 12, 2012

Filmography 2012

Yesterday a brand new name delivered quite the impressive year-end retrospective video in the form of Cinemageddon 2012, and now one of our editing veterans has returned with their take on the films of this year in Filmography 2012. Genrocks has been one of our stand-bys for a good annual wrap up with videos for 2010 and 2011. Right from the beginning, the video is epic featuring some of the big trailer lines from 2012 from The Avengers, Skyfall and The Dark Knight Rises and slows it down for films like Cloud Atlas, Beasts of the Southern Wild and more. It's another stunning tribute to this great year in film.

Here's Genrocks retrospective titled Filmography 2012, found via SlashFilm:

For a list of every film used in the video and the spectacular soundtrack, check out Genrocks Tumblr page right here. We're still waiting on a couple more year-end videos from our regular contributing editors, and maybe we'll get some more news ones as well, so stay tuned for that and also all of our 2012 year-end posts.

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  • Jennie
    You guys feature genrocks every year but you still haven't realized she's a girl! Anyways, fantastic as usual. I liked this a lot better than Cinemageddon, which mostly seemed like it was trying to match up lyrics in the music with images.
  • amazing!
  • This was great - how do people get access to such high quality footage?
    • Chazzy
    • Endless hours of downloading and ripping my friend. I know.
  • Brilliant! Still some classics to come in there too! Great effort!
  • Ricardo_PT
    Genius, as allways! There's no way to describe how peaceful and happy I feel while watching this. Keep up the phenomenal work 😉




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